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        xiè, to unload/to unhitch/to remove or strip/to get rid of
        xièxià, to unload
        xièhuò, [卸貨], to unload/to discharge cargo
        tuīxiè, to avoid (esp. responsibility)/to shift (the blame)/to pass the buck
        zhuāngxiè, [裝卸], to load or unload/to transfer/to assemble and disassemble
        chāixiè, to unload/to dismantle
        xièrèn, to leave office
        xièzhuāng, [卸妝], to remove makeup/(old) to take off formal dress and ornaments
        xièzhí, [卸職], to resign from office/to dismiss from office
        zhuāngxiègōng, [裝卸工], docker/longshoreman
        xièzhuāng, [卸裝], (of an actor) to remove makeup and costume/(computing) to uninstall/to unmount
        jiāoxiè, to hand over to a successor/to relinquish one's office
        dǎogēxièjiǎ, to lay down arms
        qīngxiè, [傾卸], to tip/to dump by tipping from a vehicle
        xiètóu, [卸頭], (of a woman) to take off one's head ornaments and jewels
        xiètào, to loosen a yoke/to remove harness (from beast of burden)
        xièkòu, shackle (U-shaped link)
        xièmòshālǘ, [卸磨殺驢], lit. to kill the donkey when the grinding is done (idiom)/to get rid of sb once ...
        xièjiānr, [卸肩兒], lit. a weight off one's shoulders/fig. to resign a post/to lay down a burden/to ...
        xièzài, [卸載], to disembark/to off-load cargo/to uninstall (software)
        tuōxiè, [脫卸], to evade responsibility/to shirk
        zìxièchē, [自卸車], dump truck

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